Hazardous/Dangerous - Global Trade Magazine
  February 20th, 2015 | Written by

Hazardous/Dangerous

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HAULING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OR NAVIGATING PERILOUS TERRAIN? THESE COMPANIES ARE NO STRANGERS TO DANGER.

• CARLILE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
A leader in hazardous-material transportation, including all nine Department of Transportation hazard classes in bulk and non-bulk, Carlile employees are trained in high-level skills including handling and transporting multimodal hazardous materials and multi-level security.

• COVENANT TRANSPORT
Covenant can expedite transit times for its dry-van and refrigerated hazmat-certified fleet with its 1,000 driving teams that are able to deliver fast, dependable service with minimum exposure.

• DAY & ROSS
One of the largest non-union carriers with more than 20,000 pieces of equipment, Day & Ross moves dangerous loads between the U.S. and Canada quickly with its PARS border clearance at six crossing locations.

• DAYLIGHT TRANSPORT
Daylight delivers peace of mind to customers by having every employee trained in handling hazardous materials in compliance with state and federal regulations and promising that LTL shipments arrive on time “with no exceptions.”

• LYNDEN
Experienced carriers of hazardous cargoes such as flammable materials, dry ice and propane, Lynden is also an EPA-certified waste transporter capable of hauling contaminated soils, oily waste and toxic material.

• YRC FREIGHT
YRC realizes that moving hazardous material can be a legal, financial and public relations challenge and therefore has specially trained, experienced staff on call around the clock to provide reliable management at all times.

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